From Ilium Siftware Blog:
Yep, as you have already heard, Ilium Software is definitely supporting the iPhone. In fact we’ve planned to support it for quite some time, but until the SDK went public we wanted to keep it quiet. We actually started work on eWallet for iPhone earlier this year and have made significant progress. It’s a very exciting opportunity for us because we’re big fans of the iPhone.
We feel that Apple really “got it right” in their design and user interface and the SDK announcement proves that they’ve followed the same philosophy when it comes to the support of 3rd party applications. With that said, I’d like to take a minute just to answer some of the questions we’ve been getting about the iPhone and our support of it.
1. Will you still support Windows Mobile?
Absolutely. Just because we believe in the iPhone doesn’t mean we’ve lost faith in Windows Mobile. Windows Mobile does a lot of things really well, and it offers users a lot of flexibility. It’s an excellent platform and you will continue to see Ilium Software’s products developed for Windows Mobile.
2. What does this mean for the eWallet Companion web application?
Nothing will change here either. We’ve had a fantastic response to the web application and the philiosphy that drove us to develop the eWallet Companion remains true. People aren’t content to wait until they are sitting in front of the “correct device” to get to their information. People want their information available all the time, wherever they go, regardless of the device they have in front of them. The eWallet Companion does exactly this and for that reason we fully intend to continue supporting its development.
3. Will you be developing ListPro, NewsBreak, DockWare, etc. for iPhone?
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We’re definitely developing eWallet for iPhone. As for the others, I’d say “don’t be surprised if you see a strong and wide-ranging iPhone offering from Ilium Software.” We’ve got a lot of great applications and we think all of them would make fantastic iPhone products.
4. Will you make a Mac version?
I’m not allowed to give you a definite answer on that one yet, but as some technical types might already know, the iPhone and the Mac run very similar software. I’ll leave it at that for now.
5. What about the Touch?
At this point I see no reason why we won’t offer our applications on both the Touch as well as the iPhone.
6. When will it be available?
We expect to have eWallet for iPhone ready for you when the App Store goes live in June.
7. Will you let me know when you have iPhone software?
Absolutely! Just drop our support folks an email letting them know that you’d like to be notified when we have an iPhone version of the software. ( email@example.com )
Source: Ilium Siftware Blog